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Physical Distribution

Symphonic Partners with Qrates

With our new partnership with Qrates, we can help Symphonic clients get their vinyl LP’s directly to fans. Here’s everything you need to know right here. Symphonic Partners with Qrates Here’s the rundown… Tokyo-based, vinyl crowdfunding platform Qrates is an…

Places To Check Out This Record Store Day

Love vinyl? Luckily for you, Record Store Day is finally upon us! On June 12th, celebrate the culture of independently owned record stores as the day brings together fans, artists, and the thousands of record stores across the globe. What…

The Finances of a Physical Distribution Deal

There’s no doubt that physical distribution is still an important part of artist and label development. In this post, we’re breaking down some important details about physical distribution deals that you should know before you dive in. Here’s the rundown……

How Traditional Physical Distribution and Retail Work

While it might sound counterintuitive to digital natives, sales of CDs, Vinyl, and Cassettes are still very much alive, especially in certain genres and global regions. Plus, the economics of physical sales can contribute to a small label’s financial success.…

Symphonic Partners With AMPED for Physical Distribution

We’re happy to announce our physical distribution partnership with AMPED! With this partnership, we’re able to offer select artists and labels distribution of vinyl, CDs and cassettes in North America and beyond. With AMPED’s unmatched distribution capabilities and direct relationships…

How to Release Your Own Vinyl Records on a Budget

Do you find that producing vinyl records is expensive and complicated to set up? Diggers Factory is an on-demand vinyl network that allows artists and labels to produce records for free, thanks to the music community. There is no investment needed, no financial risk…

Top Vinyl Services to Increase An Artist’s Revenue

As music-streaming sites continue to gain popularity and digital music downloads take over, it is safe to assume any physical music sales must be dead… right? WRONG. While CD’s and cassette tapes may have come and gone just as many…